The Kaje talks Summer Sundae Weekender to Eliza Doolittle

Eliza Doolittle comes from theatrical stock – her Grandmother is Sylvia Young and her parents the acclaimed West End actress Frances Ruffele and Honorary Associate Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company John Caird. Unsurprisingly, Dootlittle started out as an actress before turning singer/songwriter. With her singles and debut album shooting simultaneously up the charts, Doolittle wants us all to “Pack Up” and head accross to Leicester’s Summer Sundae Weekender. The Kaje took a moment to find out why…

Summer Sundae Weekender kicks off in August. What’s your favourite thing about summer festivals?

The thing I like the most is the fact that so many people gather together to just have a good time, listen to music and be as happy as possible!

What can we expect from your show?

Me and three beautiful boys singing and playing our hearts out!

Summer Sundae is renowned for showcasing emerging talent. Which new band are you most looking forward to catching?

I’ve heard that Tincy Stryder is playing and I’m very interested to see him live.

The festival has also been graced by legends like Patti Smith, Billy Bragg and Chrissie Hynde. What’s your fondest festival memory?

I think being overwhelmed by the crowd of people all watching the Kings of Leon at Glastonbury two years ago. Best feeling in my tummy.

The festival turns ten this year – how did you celebrate your tenth birthday?

I think it might have been easter on my 10th birthday and I remember doing an easter egg hunt. Oh what fun !

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